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A horror reimagining of Alexandre Dumas' classic revenge tale "The Count of Monte Cristo."


Available in paperback, audiobook, and Kindle!

In a world where mankind shares the world with monsters and magic, and where the undead roamed Europe until Napoleon conquered the Dead Plague, Edmond Dantes is wrongfully imprisoned against the backdrop of the French Revolution and Hundred Days.

Desperate and with nothing left to lose, Edmond turns to a dark power beyond his understanding to reach from beyond the grave and torment his accusers. He will return to Paris with new riches, a new face, and a new weapon - THE MUMMY'S CURSE.


Five Stars


Indies Today

March 2, 2021

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#1 Novel, Cisco Writers Club 2020 Contest


The Mary Carey Award for Highest-Ranked Fiction Book September 10, 2020

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American Book Fest

"Best Book" Awards

Winner, Horror

November 16, 2021

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IAN Book of the Year Awards

Finalist, Horror

November 13, 2021

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Firebird Talk Radio

Book Awards

Winner, Horror

April 14, 2021



Maxy Awards

Finalist, Horror

May 2, 2021

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Kindle Book Review Awards

Semi-Finalist, Horror/Suspense

September 1, 2021

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Here's what people are saying about

Robinson takes Edmond Dantes and his friends to completely uncharted waters [...] perfectly captures the all-consuming revenge that colors Edmond’s personality [...] truly leaves no stone unturned in his grand retelling.

Indies Today

This book is 100% worth your time and money. An absolute pleasure from beginning to end. If it doesn’t win a Dragon Award in 2021, it won’t be my fault.

Quartermain, Amazon review

A fast-paced, swashbuckling epic that should appeal to fans of classic literature and horror alike.
Greg Hickey, author of Our Dried Voices

One of the best fantasy/thriller stories I have read. It had a bit of everything – danger, action, monsters. This story puts you on the edge of your seat.

Heidi Schoolman, Amazon review

This thick novel in fact combines two elements: the addition of strong fantastic elements in Dumas's novel, therefore, but also a complete rewrite of it which, while respecting the original plot, gives the reader many scenes not in the original.

Patrick de Jacquelot,
3 out of 3 stars ⭐⭐⭐

The style of writing is fast-paced, and even though there are places where the author gives detailed context to the characters and situations, the flow of the story is not broken.

The BookLife Prize critic's report
9 out of 10 in all categories

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